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Mar 23, 2013 6:00am PDT
rosa. 44 in san jose. by this afternoon, plenty of sunshine. not expecting a whole lot of fog today. 66 in san francisco. 73 in santa rosa. and 71 in the south bay and san jose. so lovely day shaping up even for tomorrow. a little bit warmer. temperatures top out at 74. remember that spf. we have rain in the forecast this upcoming week, wednesday, thursday and friday. >> and that's your latest forecast. lester? >>> still to come on today, ryan seacrest hopes a broadcast studio to give special kids a chance to shine. first, this is "today" on nbc. >>> ryan seacrest charitable foundation opened its new facilities. there are a number of hospitals around the country allowing the kids to forget even for just a moment the illness that brought them there. >> please welcome your host, ryan seacrest. >> you see him on "idol." >> five minutes after 7:00. >> and hear him on air. on friday morning though, ryan seacrest was at the children hospitals of orange county opening a state of the art media student for young patients. >> what's your favorite album or favorite song? >> reporter: patients
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Mar 24, 2013 6:00am PDT
in the 60s. should see low to mid-70s around the trivalley today and areas south of san jose. a few extra clouds tomorrow and tuesday. few showers wednesday. best chance of rain late friday into saturday. >>> like it or not, lester, that's your latest forecast. >> not blaming the messenger anymore. thanks. >>> president obama is back at the bhous this morning after a high profile trip to the middle east meant to build up his credential there's? david gregory moderator of "meet the press." >> does this represent a new engagement by the president in the middle east peace process? >> i think the president is signalling that he wants to use political capital to get a middle east peace process up again. he was accepteding a strong message to israel and the region that he stands shoulder to shoulder with the netanyahu government. they've not always had a great relationship, but that relationship is very strong country to country, no matter who the leader is, and it's particularly important because of the issue of iran and syria. no doubt, the obama white house will have to be dealing with
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Mar 30, 2013 5:00am PDT
. they'll be waterproof. >> thank you very much. the family of a vta worker killed on the job in san jose is speaking out. the employee died after he was hit by a bus driven by his co-worker. the vta says 62-year-old service worker raul aposto wallas clean a bus when he was struck by another bus. the man's family says they took him off life support on tuesday, saying he was just two months away from retirement. >> it definitely causes a lot of concern. regarding the company. and the safety measures that they do take or do not take at these places. and it's just so sudden, something like this, tragic could happen. >> nbc bay area obtained information on a number of accidents at that division yard. since 2002, in total, we've learned there have been at least 63. a vta spokesperson says that safety is their top priority and promise also a thorough investigation. >>> police are warning shoppers to be on alert after a series of thefts at the great mall this week. police say there were four thechts in three day also in the mall's parking lot. thieves stole about $1,000 worth of valuables from thre
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Mar 9, 2013 5:30am PST
, 6 in san jose, 60 in san francisco. santa cruz not bad 63 degrees. tonight set the clocks ahead one hour, daylight savings time begins tomorrow. no chance of rain all week long. have a great weekend. >> that's your latest forecast. erica? >> all right. thanks. >>> we are talking weather. when it comes to predicting the path of the biggest storms, the super computers in europe seem to have ours beat. why the difference? al roker takes a look. >> reporter: they were dire warnings that shut down the nation's capital. >> our biggest snowfall in two years. can you believe it? >> reporter: forecasters promising washington's worst storm in two years. but that didn't happen. >> the question is, tom, do we need the push broom or the great, big shovel out here? we don't need either. >> reporter: the weather channel's jim cantore, known best for braving water like this -- >> hold on to the camera, brad -- >> reporter: was left in the snowless capital. >> no snow anywhere to be found. >> reporter: cliff mass is an atmospheric science professor at the university of washington. >> 24 hours out, 3
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Mar 22, 2013 7:00am PDT
message. >>> friday morning. what a beautiful way to start the day in san jose. getting all the oranges and yellows. sunrise with all the haze in the atmosphere. definitely more haze this morning than yesterday. that's because the rain cleared out our air quality. unfortunately, today, the haze will be back and the pollen levels as well as we head to the weekend. 71 in livermore, get together weekend. looking good. up to some shocking news this morning. 54 of the city's schools will soon be shut down. it could be the most at one time in one city ever. nbc's kevin tibbles has details. >> chicago public official schools plan to close the 54 schools in an effort to make a dent in a $1 billion budget deficit, make better use of resources and improve overall education here in the nation's third largest school district. >> i don't think it's going to be good for my kids. >> reporter: the news of the school closings continues to ripple across chicago this morning. >> i'm, just don't know where they're going to go. >> reporter: mayor rahm emmanuel says the closures are necessary after t
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Mar 7, 2013 7:00am PST
. ♪ >>> it is 7:26. good morning. i'm jon kelley. >>> police officers arriving in san jose to honor two of their own. a public memorial being held at hp pavilion starting at noon for santa cruz police officers loran "butch" baker and elizabeth butler. they died february 26th after they were gunned down while interviewing a sexual assault suspect. family, friends, and officers gathering right now near santa cruz's beach boardwalk to line up in a procession to san jose. they'll travel up highway 17 to highway 85 and then highway 87. the procession will exit just north of downtown and drive the few blocks to the hp pavilion. we'll be airing today's funeral live starting at noon right here on nbc bay area. you can also watch it on our website, nbcbayarea.com. with thousands of people just flooding into downtown san jose, let's check in with mike inouye right now to see how the traffic will be impacted. >> that route will be a big issue if you get stuck behind that caravan. you cannot pass it on the freeway. do not, do not ignore that warning. we'll look to the maps and look at the vicinity of
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Mar 1, 2013 7:00am PST
the year so far. 46 degrees to start in san jose. it's mild out there. downright mild compared to where which started on monday morning at this time. 43 in gilroy. at noon, look at where temperatures are headed. 70 degrees as you break for lunch in san jose. and then we'll get into upper 70s in some cities as of this afternoon highs coming in about 3:30 in the afternoon 77 degrees on the way for fairfield. saturday, sunday, holding strong in the 70s. rush hour. foggy. let's check that drive with mike. >> good morning. you can see of the roadways is a very tough view right here at the bay bridge toll plaza. the reason there's a backup here, they turned metering lights on and relatively normal schedule for monday through thursday. fridays we don't expect that. the fog limited visibility likely playing a factor crossing the bay there's an advisory for richmond san rafael bridge, san mateo bridge and now dumbarton bridge. orange on maps shows where visibility is an issue. east shore freeway, oakland, 580, 8808 along the peninsula and north bay san francisco will be impeded. 8 880 slow
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Mar 20, 2013 7:00am PDT
, san jose areas like campbell as we head the next 30, 40 minutes. about 58 minutes away from parkmoor. these showers will continue. residual shower tomorrow morning. lots of sunshine to follow friday through the weekend. forecast. >> dylan, thank you so much. >>> there is new fallout tied to the rape convictions of two high school football players in ohio. two teenage girls are accused of posting online threats against the young victim. nbc's ron allen is in steubenville for us. ron, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. during the trial we learned that while the victim certainly has a lot of sympathy and support in this community, friends have turned against her, others have blamed her for bringing a lot of unwanted attention to this community, negative attention. now we know she's also faced a death threat. two teenaged girls being escorted into court, their faces off camera because they're just 16 and 15. the two accused of sending threatening twitter messages to a rape victim whose case upended this small ohio community. >> the state's position is that
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Mar 10, 2013 6:00am PDT
... alamo. >> announcer: you're watching "today in the bay." >>> good morning. looking live at san jose. and it is a dark starts to this morning, as the planes line up to the airport. >>> i'm kris sanchez along with meteorologist rob mayeda. we've sprung forward, so we're back in the dark. >> we'll see the skies give us a little extra sunlighted, sunset. 7:15 in the evening. 30s and 40s outside. so you don't want to be like me. you want to take a jacket as you go outside. mostly clear skies, except on the coast, patchy low fogs. inland, not too bad, upper 60s to low 70s tomorrow. middle part of the week, we're talking upper 70s on wednesday. early taste of spring coming your way for the middle part of the week. >> is that why you're not wearing a jacket? >> something like that. >> thank you very much, rob. >>> three people are dead, another seriously hurt this morning after a crash in daley city. it happened near the intersection of terrace view court and east moore avenue around 8:15 last night. firefighters managed to pull the victims from one of the mangled cars, but three died at the sce
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Mar 31, 2013 6:00am PDT
>>> and we'll talk about a washed-up treasure, and this one almost seems too good to be true. a woman went on a diving trip six years ago, a great story. happened in hawaii. her camera disappeared. clearly, somebody found it. she thought she had lost it. it turned up in taiwan, intact, 6,000 miles away. the person who found it went above and beyond to track her down. this morning, she'll be live in the studio to tell us how it came together to get that camera back. this is a good one. >> a great story. we love this one. >>> also back with us this morning a tiny dog who's a very big heart. beyonce. one of the world's smallest dogs. when she was born, she took the record for world's smallest puppy. she was the size of an iphone. now she has a superhero cape and a mission after celebrating her first birthday to save more rescue dogs. that's just ahead. >>> we do begin with the story that broke overnight in texas. a district attorney and his wife shot to death in their home. mark schneider from our station kxas is outside the kaufman county sheriff's department. mark, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. as soon as law enforcement realized who was killed, d.a. mike mclelland and his wife, they contacted all of the other staffers in the d.a.'s office to see if they were okay and accounted for, and they are. the sheriff's office has a lot of help. this is a top priority for the texas rangers and the fbi. we've got some video from the crime scene last night. the mchelllands' home in rural, unincorporated kaufman county. we have confirmed this is a double-murder and the front door to the couple's home was kicked in. it's unclear when the couple was killed, but a source tells us a friend or family member stopped by late yesterday after not hearing from the couple all day, and then they called police. mclelland was committed to bringing has assistant d.a., mark hasse's, killer to justice. here's what he said soon after his friend was shot and killed two months ago. >> we're very confident that we're going to find you, we're going to pull you out of whatever hole you're in, and we're going to bring you back and let the people of kaufman county prosecute you to the fullest extent of the law. as far as i know, this is never been done before. i do not want it to happen again. >> reporter: now, law enforcement has yet to comment publicly on this latest shocking murder here in kaufman county, but we do expect to hear from the sheriff a little bit later this morning. we'll bring you the latest when we get it. erica? >> mark, as i understand, the fbi had looked at a possible link between that murder a couple of months ago and also the murder of the colorado prison chief, tom clements. is there any hint of a connection here? >> reporter: they are still looking into that. it's interesting, because one of my colleagues talked to the d.a., mike mclelland, about a week ago about that connection. he said at that point, he didn't see it. but they weren't ruling anything out, and now that this has happened, you know the fbi, the texas rangers, they are looking at everything trying to bring these killers to justice. erica? >> yeah, all right, mark, thank you. >>> now, here's peter. >> all right, erica, thank you very much. >>> hundreds of thousands of people crowded into st. peter's square this morning to hear pope francis deliver his first easter sunday message as pontiff. javier is live in st. peter's square with the very latest. good morning to you. >> reporter: yeah, peter, good morning. well, the vatican is now saying that more than 250,000 people gathered here in st. peter's square and surrounding areas to welcome the first easter mass by pope francis, which was delivered as in the traditional style now, in a somber, short, simple manner. after the mass, pope francis toured once again st. peter's square in his now trademark open-top jeep, and once again, he stopped by in a very moving moment to get off the jeep and go and kiss disabled man. then he went into the loge of the basilica, the same balcony he appeared a couple weeks ago, where he was elected and delivered the traditional message, where in his message he sent out the traditional message of peace to the world, of course, but in particular he mentioned middle east, israelis, palestinians called for an end of violence in iraq, syria, and even easing tensions in the korean peninsula. peter? >> all right, claudia, thank you very much. >>> let's get a check now on the day's other top stories with jenna wolfe. good morning. >> good morning, guys. very disturbing news out of washington state to start off this morning. two boys, only 10 and 11 years old, are accused of plotting the rape and murder of a fifth grade classmate. the boys were caught with a knife, a gun, and a seven-step written plan of how one of them would wait to kill the little girl with the knife and the other would hold off bystanders with the gun. this all happened in coalville, the northwest corner of washington state. hardened police detectives could not believe it. >> i asked them if -- like, you really were going to do this? are you sure? were you really going to kill her? and he said that, yes, he was. i said, so -- and i still didn't believe him. i said, so, she would have been dead today. he said, yep. >> a judge says the two boys understand the nature of the consequences of their actions, and they will stand trial in juvenile court. >>> new york city police have released the surveillance video which appears to show a kidnapping in broad daylight. the video shows a couple walking, the woman carrying two heavy bags -- check this out. suddenly, two masked men chase after them. a minivan speeds around the corner, and then turns and drives away. police believe the couple was abducted and a law enforcement officer says whatever was in those bags may be the reason why this all happened. >>> the shy, somewhat quiet kid is going to the big dance. wichita state is going to the final four. they're called the shockers, and they lived up their name, shocking two-seed ohio state. more than 8 million brackets were filled out for espn. less than a quarter of 1% picked wichita state to get this far. not even sure wichita state picked wichita state. >>> finally, a dog is man's best friend, but apparently the nova scotia fire department is the man's best friend. that's how it goes, right? 12-year-old dog duma -- it might be the other way around -- was out with a walk with his owner when they slipped down an embankment. the owner scrambled back up. duma was too frightened. it took the firefighters half an hour to get him out, and they're now safe and sound. and friends for life. they live happily ever after. the end. isn't that a nice story? >> a nice easter story. we appreciate that. >> you got it. >>> all properly decked out for easter today. >> when you have a hot pink dress, you save it for easter. >> absolutely. >> it is the day to wear it. we'll see a soggy day in some areas for all of the easter egg hunts going on. you can see the heavy rain and thunderstorms coming down across oklahoma, moving into northeastern texas. we do have the chance of seeing some large hail with these storms. so that is going to be where most of the severe weather will be today. the rest of the country, the eastern half of the country, seeing quite a few showers. they'll move into the northeast later on this evening, and we are going to see colder air start working back into the plains states. temperatures will go down into the 30s in chicago after a mild day yesterday. and it is going to start to cool off quite a bit. the northwest, though, will stay nice and sunny for the most part. we should see temperatures again in the upper 60s and lower 70s. more rain, though, will fall across northern and central california. >>> speaking of that reason you can see that in through south san francisco and in san jose, we've been watching those showers, too. moving on towardal know rock we'll see sunny breaks at times and do expect some of the rain to fill again as we head toward lunchtime and still a risk of an isolated thunder shower and the intensity of the showers should subside tonight and a few more showers into monday and we're dryer tuesday into wednesday. and that's your latest forecast. peter? >> all right, dylan, thank you. >>> now to oklahoma, and that story of the dentist accused of running an unsanitary practice, potentially putting thousands of his patients at risk for hepatitis or hiv. this morning, many of them are waiting anxiously for test results, a day after they lined up for hours to be examined. the latest now from charles hadlock. >> reporter: this morning, hundreds are anxiously awaiting their medical fate after lining up for hepatitis and hiv tests. they all have one thing in common. they were patients of dr. scott harrington, whose dental practice is now at the center of a health scare. >> i just want to get the testing over with. >> it's going to be some issues with some of us, and i just hope i'm one of the okay people. >> reporter: the tulsa health department has now notified 7,000 patients who may have been exposed to hepatitis and hiv, simply by visiting one dentist. >> people are undoubtedly questioning how this could have happened, you know, why they've been put in this position. and we're hoping to provide them some peace of mind. >> reporter: that peace of mind won't come for another two to three weeks when test results finally come in. in a 17-count complaint, the state board of dentistry accuses dr. harrington, seen here in an earlier photo, of being a menace to the public health because of unsanitary practices found in his office. inspectors say harrington's clinic had rusty equipment, allowed dental assistants to perform i.v. sedation without a license, and reuse needles and old drug vials. investigators say harrington's staff improperly sanitized dental tools with bleach, which caused them to corrode. harrington has surrendered his dental license and is cooperating with authorities, but for now, all that is left to do is wait. >> i'm not going to worry about something i have no control over. >> reporter: for "today," charles hadlock, nbc news, tulsa. >> now, here's erica. >> peter, thanks. >>> a possible breakthrough on this holiday weekend on the hot-button issue of immigration. chuck todd is nbc's political director and chief white house correspondent. this morning, he's also in for david gregory on "meet the press." good morning. >> good morning, erica. >> so, chuck, some agreement between labor and business groups on a busy holiday weekend, on what was widely considered a major hurdle to any immigration deal. give us a sense of what the common ground is here that they found. >> well, the common ground they found is how to compensate temporary workers. you know, how to make it -- labor was worried that temp rather workers would get paid too low of a salary, too low of a wage, and it would bring all wages down. businesses didn't want to be paying wages too high for, quote, entry-level workers. they came up with, frankly, with what's going to be a little bit of a complicated procedure in how to set wages depending on what type of work these temporary workers that will come from other countries will do. but it's not -- you know, what's interesting here is the spin coming out of washington is that, oh, it's the biggest hurdle. yes, it was a big hurdle the last time they attempted to do immigration reform. but let's not forget, the biggest hurdle will be this issue of a path to citizenship. that's going to be the biggest hurdle, and that's what the discussion that i think still remains to be had about what is the trigger on border security, when does the country decide the border is secure enough that we can start a pathway to citizenship? what is that pathway to citizenship for these folks that are already here, that are undocumented? and how long do they have to wait in line before they can start the procedure to citizensh citizenship? >> and to your point of broader, more comprehensive immigration legislation, lawmakers, too, coming out yesterday and really very wary of any sort of a word like "deal" when it comes to even this one visa portion? >> well, particularly among conservatives. marco rubio in particular this morning and last night has been putting all sorts of statements out going, whoa, whoa, whoa, no deal has been reached, because there is this concern among some conservatives that somehow this is all being done in the back rooms. you know, think about this. the deal that was reached, that you just talked about, these are two special interest groups, right, the chamber of commerce, the afl-cio, none of whom is elected by anybody, to be cutting any deals. there is a wariness that by some senators saying, hey, wait a minute, it looks like a back-room deal. we want to make sure it's an open process here. frankly, those trying to get reform, they can't afford to have a marco rubio, one of the conservative republicans, as part of the gang of eight trying to get this deal, if he waubs away, then the whole thing could collapse, because they need a big bipartisan vote in the senate -- 75, 80 votes in the senate in order to force momentum in the house, remember, house republicans. >> which could be a tall order. chuck todd, thanks. >> erica, thank you. >>> today marks a milestone for prince william. it is the end of the minimum period he's required to serve in the british military. already speculation is growing that william might be ready to give up his helicopter rescue career to focus on his royal duties instead. now a reality series -- you may have heard about this -- it's on bbc, and it's giving us our first real look at the prince in action. here's nbc's jim maceda. >> reporter: this is the heir to the british throne's day job, where prince william goes by flight lieutenant wales, a helicopter pilot on a royal air force search and rescue team based in wales. in helicopter rescue, a four-part bbc reality tv series to air next month, viewers will get a unique look at the joys and risks of his mission. >> you have to analyze all the information you're given and make the best judgment. it's not easy. it makes you feel worried, concerned. you obviously want to make the right call. obviously, you care for the crew, the casualty in many cases, as well. so you do have to think very carefully. >> reporter: with the duke and his wife, kate, the duchess of cambridge, expecting their first child in july, the tv series comes at a crossroads in prince william's life, with new responsibilities as a father. there are reports he'll soon decide either to continue in his military career or take on a bigger role as the monarchy's second in line, as his grandmother queen elizabeth grows older and limits her engagements. but for now, flight lieutenant wales and his team will answer the call as they've done already hundreds of times, the busiest search and rescue crew in britain. for "today," jim maceda, nbc news, london. >>> coming up next, the blockbuster success of the "bible" miniseries comes to a finale tonight. that's right after this. obvious. aren'tt it's more than being glamorous, or tall. it's not all about who sparkles the most. or who is the best dressed. what nature really cares about is what you have to offer. like the stevia plant. small and humble with a surprising secret to share... sweetness. truvia sweetener. zero-calorie sweetness, born from the stevia leaf. from nature, for sweetness. 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"ten commandments" and "passion of the christ" were among the most financially successful films ever. and now, it seems americans are clamoring for more. >> moses? >> moses is absolutely right. >> reporter: the american bible challenge is the highest-rated program on the game show network. >> we live in a country where more than 75% of the population identifies themselves as christians. the clearly underserved in mainstream media, and they are hungry for entertaining and spiritual programming. >> reporter: and after the "bible's" success, more religion-inspired shows and movies are already in the works. an old story finding new life and millions of fans along the way. >> israel! >> reporter: for "today," kristin dahlgren, nbc news, laeng. >>> still ahead, a woman loses her camera on a trip in hawaii. six years later and 6,000 miles away, it shows up. and she's showing up this morning in our studio. she'll tell us about the massive effort to reunite her with that lost camera. first, these messages. i'm still claritin clear ! i've been claritin clear for 12 days ! when your allergies start, doctors recommend taking one clinically-proven claritin every day during your allergy season for continuous relief. 18 days ! 17 days ! i'm still claritin clear ! 22 days of continuous relief. live claritin clear. every day. now at walmart, get your claritin bonus pack, 10 extra days of relief at a rollback price. getting ready for the game. what game? the big game. today's wednesday. the big game is on sunday. pre-game! pre-game! 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[ giggles ] [ female announcer ] quiltvent technology, only from band-aid brand. use with neosporin first aid antibiotic. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. >>> good morning. looking live at a beautiful picture of san jose. we see a little bit of sun shine creeping through the cloud, but will it be enough to save the day and the easter egg hunt? >> thanks for joining us. i'm kris sanchez along with meteorologist rob mayeda. if you're looking for eggs, we had rain push through in san jose, now the rain is up around oakland, but notice here not as gloomy. we have the lightning off to the east and we're in a break in between rain bands and that will be the story and we'll still have passing showers at times and heading toward lunchtime the rain will fill in once again as we get into the afternoon and there's still a chance of thunder showers especially in the eastern half of solano and the contra costa counties. temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s and we'll have sun at times and the first half will be the dryer half of your easter sunday. tomorrow we'll leave the showers to monday. it is moving to tuesday. >> we're following a developing story where a suspect is dead and a sheriff's deputy is recovering after a shootout in oakland. investigators say it happened near the fruitvale bart station. he was reportedly conducting a traffic stop near san leandro street and 33rd avenue when the driver took off, dragging the deputy. at one point shots were fired and the car crashed nearby. the suspect was shot several times and died at the hospital. the deputy was also shot in his leg and is expected to be being on, but as of now it is unclear whether the deputy and the suspect both fired their guns. >> in san francisco, the search continues for the gunman who shot and killed a 19-year-old college student home for spring break. that student was visiting his family. it happened around 3:00 yesterday morning in the mission district near 24th and bryant street's not far from san francisco general. this morning family and friends are leaving candles and flowers at that stott where jacob was shot and killed. his family says it was his father who heard the gun fire and found his son lying on the stairs in front of his house. he was walking home with a friend when a man got out of a car, asked if he was in a gang. the suspect shot him before he could respond. he was rushed to the hospital where he died. the family says he was on spring break from lewis and clark college in portland, oregon, where he played football. he graduated from archbishop high school in 2011. we'll show you what those who knew him have to say coming up on "today in the bay." >> a 7-year-old boy is the victim. what investigators are saying this morning about the shooting and how that child was hit. plus a worldwide call for peace and it couldn't happen at a better time. pope frances celebrates easter mass as the head of the catholic church. more of the easter forecast coming up in 30 minutes. we'll see you then. >>> we're back on this easter sunday morning, march 31st, 2013. a number of friends here. some of them, their first time in new york, spending time with us on the plaza. enjoying their day here. it should be a nice day today, too, for all of the easter activities. just ahead, an eyebrow-raising letter written to women about the importance of finding a husband while you're at school. it was written by a princeton alum, a mom of two princeton students, written to the women on campus, saying that in addition to getting your education, they should really use their time there wisely and look for a husband, as well. she's going to tell us why she wrote that letter and why she is so surprised by the backlash, just a little bit. >> yeah, just a little bit. you guys look like an easter egg roll here. >> that's why we're standing here. tip us over and roll us down the plaza, we're happy to do that. >>> coming up, here's a story about lost and found. this is a true treasure. it's about a georgia woman who thought the pictures of her hawaiian trip were gone forever when she went on vacation. this was six years ago. she lost her camera on a diving trip, clearly for that photo to exist, somebody found it. we'll tell you about this incredible turn of events. the camera recently washed up thousands of miles away in taiwan with its memory card still intact. quite an effort to find the rightful owner. this morning, that mysterious blond no longer a mystery. the woman from the pictures is in our studio, and she will share her story coming up. this is a good one. >> yes. i lost a bracelet when i was in cancun when i was in high school -- >> could you ask her -- >> yeah, with the camera. >>> and one of our favorite correspondents here at nbc, bob dotson, will stop by live in our studios. he'll talk about ordinary people doing remarkable things as only bob can tell those stories, so we're very excited to have him here and hear about those. >>> and beyonce. not that one. we will probably see a bigger crowd here if it was that one. but we'll see beyonce, the tiniest dog, the world's tiniest dog. she is celebrating a birthday and is sharing a very important message. did you see that iphone right underneath her? >> she was the size of an iphone when she was born. crazy. >>> first, one final check of the weather for the easter sunday from dylan. >> well, it's going to be pretty nice for most of the day in the northeast. but we do have a lot of rain down in the southeast, and very cold temperatures moving in to the plains. temperatures will be about 15 to 20 degrees below normal, back into the dakotas, back into minnesota. and look at the cold air surging on down. kansas city, 46 tomorrow. chicago will only top out around 38 degrees after being in the 50s today. and then it makes its way back into the northeast by tuesday. but hopefully, this is the last cold snap we're going to see. it's all because of this cold front -- isn't that crazy, the easter bunny running across the map. we'll see showers working in the northeast later on today. best chance of heavy rain and hail and strong thunderstorms will be across texas and louisiana, and then that will spread eastward as we go into tomorrow with some showers in the southwest as well. >>> and here's a look at the satellite radar for you, and you can see how the most you are has moved off to the east and we're seeing scattered showers and sunny breaks. we do think those shou issers will pick up a break as we head toward lunchtime. you can see showers are becoming more widespread during the afternoon and after sunset, the intensity of those showers will back off as we head toward tonight. highs, mid-60s for most of the bay area. showers linger for monday and we dry out for tuesday. >>> and we've got a special birthday. the 13th birthday, on 3-31-13, and it's more special, why? who do you share it with? >> my great-grandfather who passed some sometime ago. >> well, that's wonderful. have a wonderful birthday in new york city. erica? >> dylan, thanks. >>> now, a story that's got a lot of people talking this morning, it's received quite a bit of backlash online. a princeton alum is telling women that finding a husband should be right up there with getting straight as. >> reporter: when susan patton wrote a letter published in the daily campus paper -- >> here's my advice for the young women of princeton, the daughters i never had -- >> reporter: she didn't think her how-to guide on how to land a husband would cause such controversy. >> for most of you, the cornerstone of your future and happiness will be inextricably linked to the man you marry. you'll never again have this concentration of men worthy of you. >> reporter: the mother of two sons and princetonians offered her advice to students, saying princeton and other ivy campuses are the best place to find prince charming. >> here's what nobody is telling you. find a husband before you graduate. yes, i went there. >> reporter: patton says her maternal-like advice was aimed at a specific group of college girls she met after attending a women's leadership conference on campus, those in search of a family as well as a career. >> look at your opportunity here at princeton to do not just learn about your subject of interest, or learn about your major, but look at life planning from a more holistic perspective. >> reporter: reaction was swift and mixed, online and on the street. >> i would not agree with that -- that comment. i think you'll have lots of opportunities, you know, in life. you know, depending on what path you go in terms of working, you know, to meet whoever your ideal partner would be in life. >> yes, i think it's elitist. >> reporter: a recen graduate of princeton, who now writes for the "huffington post" fired back in an onleinart kl. >> i think the university is about much more than trying to get a ring on your finger before the time you graduate. you shouldn't get married to someone just because they're smart and went to princeton. you should probably love them, too. >> reporter: opinions and controversial advice on when, where, and how to find mr. right. for "today," michelle franzen, nbc news, new york. >>> here's another story that has a lot of people talking these days. an incredible story of a washed-up treasure of sorts. in 2007, a woman on vacation in hawaii went on a diving trip and lost her digital camera. you would think the story would end there. it was filled with pictures from herve occasion, so not something she was willing to give up on. >> you figure at that point it's gone forever, you lose it in the ocean. tough to get back. fast forward six years and 6,000 miles away in taiwan, and what shows up on a beach there but the camera? it had been inside a waterproof case, the memory card and the camera still intact, and that set off a search for the mystery blond in those photos. >> who is that mystery blond in the photos? she has been found, and she is with us this morning. in the flash, lindsey, welcome to new york. >> yes. >> your first trip. >> yes. >> how did you find out that your camera had been found after six years, i trust after assuming it was gone? >> actually, a week ago, last sunday, i was at work. just the typical day. and about 11:30, a friend of mine from high school sends a message on facebook saying, hey, looks like somebody finally found your camera. we were surfing the internet, saw your picture, here's the link to the story that a hawaiian news station put out online trying to find me. i clicked the link. and there pops up my pictures. >> you had to be flipping out. first of all, how many pictures were on the camera? >> 325. all of them perfect. >> and this is really the vacation of a lifetime for you. >> it was. >> your best friend, her family. never thought you would -- had you forgotten about the camera at this point? >> i did. at work, when it came up, i showed my boss thinking this was a scam or something, because hi kind of forgotten about it, it was so long ago. and then when my pictures popped up with me and my friends, i think my exact words were, "oh, my god, this is my camera." i was flipping out. my boss was, okay, we're at work, let's focus. >> put facebook away. we'll worry about it later. >> yeah. >> what i love about this is i struggle to get a clean photo on vacation of me and my wife together. after being under water for six years, these are crisp and perfect. so the story, as it continues, it was an employee from china airlines, is that correct, that found this. you started this facebook page. and now china airlines is offering you and a friend an all-expenses-paid trip to china or taiwan? >> taiwan, right. >> to meet the perfect who did it and give you the photo back in person. you're lucky it's not southwest, because you'd have a free trip to phoenix. right. what will you say to the person who went to the great lengths to find this camera? >> i'm most excited that i'm meeting -- already, i'm meeting tons of people alone the way. you know, i'm in new york, first time ever, out of nowhere. and i'm excited to meet the gentleman that found my camera. i'm going to meet his family. >> never been to taiwan. >> never been. farthest i've been is hawaii. >> you actually talked with him, face-timed for something, like, 45 minutes. >> yes, a few days ago. supernice guy. so, so sweet. >> a great adventure you have ahead of you. >> yes. >> great, now visual proof, visual memories of the ones you had before. who's going with you? >> right now, i think it's my friend kelly that is in some of the pictures. and then, if she can't make it, then my dad's going to come. >> great. we can't wait to hear about the trip. >> we're going to see kelly right now, yes, we should talk about this. i'm in. 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>> no. if i ever lost hope, i'd never made it. >> reporter: wisdom didn't always wear a suit. >> if there was no town, there'd be no people. so they saved themselves is what they did. >> reporter: america survives and thrives, because it's seemingly ordinary people who find solutions to challenges we all face. names we don't know but should. >> so one of the things i'm sure you get asked a lot, who's the person you interviewed you remember the most, and you say it's people we've never heard of before. >> i heard that from my grandpa bailey, and said, don't listen to the cliches, get beyond that. if someone tells you a story, there's probably a story behind the story. what you have to do is stop asking questions and let them fill the silence with a better answer than you've asked for, and then you get the whole story about people. >> i love that you dedicate this book to your brandson, 2 years old, aidan, who, i think, by the way he asked someone, a woman from turkey, what is your country like? is it a lot like chickens? which i appreciated. you wanted to be a reporter and you started here in 1972. what is it about being a reporter that sort of drew you? >> well, you know, i think the most important thing about what i do in my life is that i don't feel like a reporter. i feel like a storyteller. the shortest distance between two people is a good story. and if you tell it well, i start listening to you. and when i start listening to you, i understand how we're all alike, and then we can all move down the road. i think that's a very important of what we do. i think one of the most underreported things we do in our business is talk about ordinary people and their lives. >> and they're the ones who drive this and who drive this country. some of the stories we wanted to highlight, one, a doctor from rushville, illinois, dr. russell donner. >> donor on donner? donor. >> really changed the way with the way people deal with a doctor in his community. >> 55 years, never taken a vacation. last time he left the state was in the world war ii army. you know what he charges for the doctor's appointment? five bucks. when he started, it was two. he said it's gotten a little bit -- >> a little inflation? >> yeah. first time i met him, over 30 years, he had seen 50 patients, set a broken arm, and delivered two children and it was 10:00 in the morning. >> how did you find him the first time around? >> i wandered through town, and somebody was talking about him in the coffee shot. they said, we're really lucky to have a doctor here all the time. i said, really? they said, yeah, yeah, he grew up on a farm outside of town, graduated with honors from northwestern university, wanted to be a cardiologist, but then thought maybe the folks in rushville need me more. >> tell us about a guy named fred benson, a guy you wrote about block island, rhode island, but you and i were speaking ahead of this, and i admit, i've been revering your story telling the year, and your first book "make it memorable" fired me up. and you have to interview every person like they're a governor. >> i did fred's story because he was was 90 years old and a state license examiner. and if you wanted a license, it was, yeah, okay, on block island, park over there. we were waiting for the ferry to take us home when all of a sudden he said, you know, i've been the police chief, the fire chief, head of the rescue squad. i was in charge of the chamber of commerce five times. i didn't say anything. and he said, did i tell you that i won the rhode island state lottery? he says, i threw a big party for all the kids and told them they could all go to college. and i was an 8-year-old orphan when i was taken here by gerd milliken, and he would point down, he said, keep your eye on fred benson, and all of a sudden, the foghorn started and he looked back, and by the time, the camera crews were shooting all this, right? >> right. >> and he said, i hope he knows how i turned out. so what started as just a funny ha ha story about a little guy, kind of a cliche, ended up -- this is the reason we have a country we have is because of guys like fred benson. >> and a very special place, too, block island, you find interesting people there. one of my favorite places in the country. so nice to have you with us this morning. >> thanks for having me. >> and you can catch more of bob's book -- bob's stories, rather, in his book called "american story." >>> just ahead, beyonce. not that one. but don't be disappointed, because this one's pretty special. she's in a superhero cape with a very important job. 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in san jose. it will feel muggy outside. we've got the moisture to the southwest of us off the tropical jet stream, that willpower up, and cloudy skies at times today. we think there's a chance for a few showers but the main event tuesday and wednesday, much-needed rain and 9 the sierra snow and the temperatures going away from the 60s and 70s to the middle part of next week. >> the yo-yo continues. >>> one man is dead and a juvenile is in critical today after a shooting in east palo alto. it occurred at 6:00 last night. when officers arrived officers found a 22-year-old man suffering from a gunshot wound to his chest. he died on the scene. a male juvenile was found shot in the backyard and rushed to the hospital where he's now recovering this morning. investigators say the victims were shot after an argument with a suspect who then took off. >>> after three days of dealing with the emotional stress of losing two officers, santa cruz police are back out on patrol. they were driving around the streets of downtown santa cruz last night, sidewalk performing groups like the high to
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the warmest day of the year so far, 83 degrees in livermore. here in san jose, 77 degrees. we will peak today, cool iing y off a couple of degrees heading into thursday. friday and saturday, things start to change. onshore flow increases. more fog to start the day and cooler afternoons as a result. saturday to sunday, st. apatrick's day weekend looks good for your outdoor plans and next rain comes into play tuesday and wednesday. we need mike inouye right now. >> we need something. congestion as well as the low clouds right here, 101 north of 680, low clouds in the background. very thick in spots. can't even use our camera at 280 and 16 because of the fog rolling in there. north 87, we have to see that clearing, just cleared from the roadway, five-car crash is cleared. monterey highway, great alternate for you, very slow off 87. 85, slow all the way up into cupertino. we'll end with this map, laura, and show you this. >> thank you very much. >>> enjoy this beautiful morning. the rule is whenever i get something new, i have to get rid of something. shop like a fashionista. today i g
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the state of california. known for songs including "do you know the way to san jose" and "walk on by." her spokesperson said she was the victim of bad financial management. >>> a couple of close calls and two amazing videos to show this morning. take a look. a bus driver is being hailed as a hero after -- >> oh! >> i know. a car hit a lamppost sending it through the bus in china. the driver was injured. he ruptured his spleen but managed to stop the bus and saved those passengers. unbelievable. >> reflexes. >> unbelievable, i know. and look at this. in dayton, ohio, first responders were on the scene of an accident tuesday on a snowy road when a pickup skidded into one of the firefighters on the left of the screen. unbelievable. he was injured. dayton, ohio. he is hospitalized but thankfully is expected to fully recover. that's in dayton, ohio. >>> and al, this one's especially for you. the a-team's mr. t. was on the ice last night during a break in the blackhawks/flames game. showed off his skills. icago native was right on target after he was heard saying, quote, i pity that puc
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that clearly from the dark sky over san jose. overall, we are not getting anything really heavy. just very light cells. highs will be very much so on track with our season average. 76 "today" in san jose. >>> that's your l >> that's your latest weather. >> we have a better idea this morning. the direction the supreme court justices may lean when it comes to same-sex marriage. this after two days of historic argument at the nation's highest court. nbc's justice correspondent pete williams has been following this story. pete, good morning again to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. based on what the justices said, a majority of them seem prepared to strike down the defense of marriage act passed by strong majorities in congress 17 years ago. it blocks the federal government from recognizing same-sex marriages in the states that allow them. >> reporter: supporters of same-sex marriage are optimistic this morning based on what the justices say about a lawsuit brought by 83-year-old edi windsor of new york. she challenged doma when the federal government refused to recognize h
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san jose that as we show you hour by hour should start to break up as we head toward lunchtime 8:00 through 10:00 thin clouds thin out. partly cloudy skies this afternoon. temperatures are going to stay fairly cool especially around the inner bay mainly 50s throughout the day west of oakland and low to mid 60s inland around the tri-valley today. tomorrow we'll see clouds increasing through the day today leading up to rain. a chance of thunder into wednesday. look at highs only mid 50s middle part of the week. >> as you've been tolli itellin people, low clouds and fog not a problem for drivers. haven't seen windshield wipers across the san mateo bridge. westbound away from us smooth to the high rise but approaching the toll plaza we have slowing. an earlier disabled vehicle in one of the lanes and as they moved to the shoulder we saw a backup form. be prepared for that for the next half hour are so. slow for 880 down through hayward and union city and slow for 580 and livermore closer to dublin interchange things are moving smoothly. south bay routes with slowing there. back to you.
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mission. the northbound route through san jose, 280 over the last 20 minutes. a big change in 17, slowing northbound. idyllwild into los gatos, things are clear all lanes. >> appreciate it. we will have another local update in one half hour from right now. the "today" show coming back at you. >>> what's the best thing about being a parent, as she prepares to become one herself. she also ask eed us about the wisdom our moms passed on to us and she's going to share what she learned coming up. >>> meanwhile, 7:30, march 31st, 2013. i'm matt lauer alongside savannah guthrie. >> coming up, the makeup artist who made it here to work her magic on five ladies. >> and then the personal treasures of david cassidy going up for auction, and it's for a very good cause. the man himself will be here to tell us all about that in just a little while. >> we're going to begin this half hour with a kentucky teenager charged with disorderly conduct for a prank that some hard-core gamers didn't find funny. >> good morning, here's a live lesson for all of us. don't mess with bingo, ladies. one mischiev
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evening. 68 in santa teresa. 68 degrees comfort right here in san jose. a little bit cooler at the coast, not by much. about 65 degrees in ocean beach. getting into the next couple days, the rain moves in late tomorrow, continues through wednesday. we're going to clear you out by thursday and enjoy a nice sunny finish to the weekend. >>> did harry approve of the forecast? >> yes. >> just making sure. for your latest forecast any time check it out on weather.com. >> thank you very much. coming up oscar winner nicolas cage live in our studio to tell us about his new animated movie. a rare glimpse into the private life of the queen right after this. [ poof! ] hey there, henderson family. i'm your rav4 genie. your wish is my command. i wish the old spare tire was gone. really? out of everything in the...okay. [ snaps fingers ] oh no, i meant... i wish animals could talk. much better. i wish the old spare tire was gone. [ laughs ] oh, i wish i could eat as much chocolate as i want. well, your chocolate levels are dangerously low. now gladys is gonna start you on a chocolate iv. and here
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light, from san jose to santa rosa. the showers are coming in so late, we'll be able to reach levels close to yesterday. 70 degrees for gilroy. and 69 in san francisco. looking good until thursday. then, we're going to clear you out. forecast. savannah? >>> all right, dylan. thank you. voting is under way this morning for a special election for south carolina's first open congressional district seat. former governor mark sanford one of the names on the ballot after he looks for a comeback. kelly o'donnell is in charleston for us. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. people here say they've been overwhelmed by the number of candidates, many swamping the local tv stations with campaign ads. much of the attention has been on the former governor after his public affair, and he's now seeking political redemption. a chance for an unlikely comeback. >> how are you, mark sanford, good to see you. >> reporter: former south carolina governor mark sanford is up against 15 fellow republicans running for congress. >> i feel like i'm supposed to be crawling back on to this lar
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is officially up. it is not going to set until 7:15 this evening. 40 degrees. you are at 45. san jose. sunnyvale, 45. we are going to round out the day in the mid-70s. by tomorrow, warmer weather. hope you have a fantastic day! >> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thank you. >>> from where you are let's head further south for a journey to the bottom of the earth. nbc's kerry sanders is just back from antarctica, where he got a remarkable look at the world's last wilderness. good to see you. >> good morning, matt. when most people think of antarctica because it was on the cover of "sports illustrated" they may think of model kate upton, but if you look at those pictures there in the background -- take a look. see that? penguins and ice. and it's those penguins and ice that together, experts say, may be trying to tell us something. if there is a time of year for penguins to enjoy life, it's now. at the bottom of the world, it's summer. the eggs have hatched. chicks are molting, as waterproof feathers replace baby fuzz. soon they'll join their par
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cloudy. san jose, same deal. a little bit of sunshine in san francisco. highs today are going to be just about as warm as yesterday. we are forecasting 67 degrees in livermore, 68, gilroy. right around 66 degrees in santa teresa. chances for rain ramp up as we head through tonight. mostly in the north bay by thursday. another chance looking good for sunday. it's a sign from god. let's show you -- first, go to weather.com, or the weather channel to get your latest weather. matt? >> all right, al. thank you very much. >>> up next, how facebook is helping lead to a new understanding of tornados, and the 17-year-old whiz kid who just sold his app to yahoo! for millions. but first, these messages. yaho millions. but first, these messages. on a walk, walk, walk. love to walk. yeah, we found that wonderful thing. and you smiled. and threw it. and i decided i would never, ever leave it anywhere. because that wonderful, bouncy, roll-around thing... had made you play. and that... had made you smile. [ announcer ] beneful. play. it's good for you. listen up. every year hundreds of promising ca
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Mar 25, 2013 7:00am PDT
, christina loren. this is beautiful san jose. we have mid-level and high clouds moving in. not a lot of fog to point out. travel cautiously. looking good. a mix of sun and clouds. 69, livermore. 69, concord. the next couple of days, shower chances starting tuesday all the way through sunday of this week. >> and >> and that's your latest weather. >> the u.s. supreme court is tasking on the issue of same-sex marriage this week and people on both sides of the issue are lining up outside the court this morning. pete williams is there. good morning to you. >> reporter: it's been a long, cold, wet night of waiting for people outside of the court that hope to get a seat inside. some have been here since thursday and the arguments start tomorrow. the court hears a challenge to two laws, proposition 8 that stops same-sex marriage in california and defense of marriage act that blocks the federal government from recognizing it but for the people at the heart of the case, it is simple. they just want to get married. this couple has been together 13 years and raised four boys now ages 18 to 24. what
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Mar 5, 2013 7:00am PST
at a home off highway 101. san jose police telling us the man now in custody is a sex offender and he was wearing an ankle bracelet at the time. they say he also had a pair of women's underwear in his pocket. right now they're not sure if those belong to the woman or one of her daughters who also lives in that house. of course this one is still an active crime scene and we have a crew on the way to the scene to gather more details and we'll have them for you as soon as we get them into our newsroom. >>> christina loren has the day off and rob mayeda is here to tell us about rain on the way. >> a pleasant start to the day but hour by hour we'll see the rain dropping into the bay area into the afternoon for the north bay and across the rest of the bay area into the evening followed up by several rounds of showers to wrap up the week. upper 50s and low 60s for highs today. look out for southerly winds 15 to 30 miles per hour as we move into the evening as well. showers shut down by friday and then we clear out and warmup for the weekend. mike? >> look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we
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Mar 3, 2013 6:00am PST
san jose and campbell, and that sparks were flying from underneath that car. police say it all started around 2:30 yesterday afternoon when an officer tried to stop the 25-year-old suspect who the officer said was behaving suspiciously. >> the driver of the car at that point rammed the police car. so he basically assaulted the officer. at this point the officer does now have cause to pursue that suspect. >> police say during the pursuit, the suspect rammed two other patrol cars and pointed what appeared to be a gun at officers. he also threw things out of a window including a baseball bat and a purse along the way. he eventually turned into a neighborhood where he slowed down and got out of the car. authorities say the man refused to obey orders, and two officers opened fire killing him. the suspect's identity has not been released. no officers were injured. >>> happening now, crews in florida are demolishing a house where a giant sinkhole swallowed up this man while he was in his own bedroom. that man is now presumed dead. authorities say the home and the ground surrounding it
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Mar 14, 2013 7:00am PDT
our discussions with the san jose police department, the preliminary investigative findings are that the individual in question did not have contact of any kind with any student on the bus that day. we'll, of course, have an update coming for you during our 11:00 a.m. newscast. right now, let's turn to a much brighter note an take things outside. christina loren says another good look and feel. good morning, jon. >>> you can see the sky from san bruno. really pretty live shots. the sun coming up now. beautiful start to the day here over the bay bridge. you can see the high in the mid-level clouds in addition to the other clouds. fairfield, a half mile of visibility available to you. these numbers have been drifting in and out as we have been heading through the morning hours. we are expecting the fog to be at its worse between 9:00 a.m., 71 degrees in fremont, 72, san jose and 72 in los gatos. mike, you have had that issue on the rhodoads. it seems like it is still out there. >> a tow truck driver finishing cleaning up the parts after the early morning crash. north of 680. you see sl
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Mar 16, 2013 5:30am PDT
should be a nice day. hazy sunshine, close to 70 in san jose. we should still manage some low to mid-70s in our inland valleys today. tomorrow looks fine for st. patrick's day. the rain returns late friday into wednesday. big drop in temperatures too for the middle part of the week. >>> that's your latest forecast. lester. >> to florida are manatees are fighting for their lives. a record number have died? the last two months. >> you should see some here? >> in a whack water cleek on florida's southwest coast they're racing the clock to save lives. >> there were three traveling out this way. >> they're searching forren danger erd florida manatees, gentle giants that spend their days eating plants in coastal waters and rivers and already threatened by speed boats and cold snaps they're now threatened by red tide. so far this year it has killed 184 compared to the previous record of 151 in 1996. >> the locations of the red tide is particularly harmful occurring in the area offshore where they congregate during the winter thinking warm water. >> manatees ingest the toxin by breathing it
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Mar 12, 2013 7:00am PDT
san jose to start the day. by noon, we're going to climb into the upper 60s. you will be at 60 degrees in antioch breaking for lunch. rounding out the day closer to 80. 80 in fairfield. low 70s for san francisco. unusual to hit the 70s in san francisco. enjoy it while it lasts as we head through the end of the week. things start to change. we're going to cool you off a little bit. 7:27 is rush-hour. traffic tuesday, check the drive. being a traffic tuesday, it is actually not quite so bad as we often see. here is the 101. a little bit of a break here. look at the south bay map. we do have slowing northbound through that entire stretch. that was a little temporary break. we have a crash farther north heading north of the airport. that could cause more distraction as it moves to the shoulder. slow for this stretch of 101 and 280 at the 17 interchange. bottom of your screen northbound. a crash blocks one lane. that's why things are bogging down. that orange in the bottom right corner indicating fog coming out of morgan hill. live look around. low clouds. earlier crashes cause slow
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Mar 15, 2013 7:00am PDT
forecast. i'm meteorologist, christina loren. a live look at san jose. a little hazy here. happy to report good air quality all across the bay area. we are going to be comfortable in the heat of the day. 69, san francisco. 76 degrees in places like fairfield. getting into the weekend, staying steady. >> and that's your latest weather. >>> we have a heart warming study this morning brought to our attention by our nbc station in atlanta, wxia. a 9-year-old boy and his ten-year-old friend are being hailed as heroes. a. a 9-year-old boy and his 10-year-old friend are being held heroes this morning after helping a mother save her young son. susannah was sitting in her living room when she noticed something was wrong with her son. >> he seemed non-responsive to my smile so at that point i put my finger under his nose and realized he wasn't breathing. >> rome ran outside for help and found 9-year-old rocky hurt and 10-year-old ethan wilson across the street. >> we were out there playing football and somebody yelled called 911. >> back inside rome panicked. >> i was continuing to scream, no
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Mar 29, 2013 7:00am PDT
. it is 7:26. i'm laura garcia cannon. san jose police looking for your help to catch two people that followed people off the rail and robbed them. they say a man in the white shirt and the man in the black shirt followed the victims off the light rail at the station three weeks ago, threatened to shoot the victims if they didn't hand over money. luckily, no one has been hurt. if you see anything, call police. i want to call christina on the forecast. it is going to be nice today. >>> it really is. once we get rid of all this cloud cover. that sun is outburning that top layer you have a. by 9:00 a.m., we should be mostly clear. i want to point out even with all those low clouds, we are running out of town. all flights across every major airport in this nation reporting on time right now. that's the good news. temperatures today are going to be close to 80 degrees in places like livermore. 78 in gilroy and 80 degrees straight up in fairfield as we head throughout the next couple of days. we start to get more active. expecting a pretty active easter sunday. keep that in mind. it might b
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Mar 8, 2013 7:00am PST
live look over san jose. the time is 7:15. we still have clouds lingering over the western facing slopes but overall we are clearing you out quickly. done with the rain at least for now. 60 degrees in livermore. 57 degrees in fremont. some good news to bring to the table for the weekend. we have warmup ahead. bad news, a time change as well. we lose an hour of sleep on sunday. >>> that's your latest weather. lester? >> al, thanks. government watchdogs are raising new questions this morning about an advocacy group pushing president obama's agenda. are wealthy donors being promised special access to the president? nbc's chief white house correspondent chuck todd is at the white house for us. chuck, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, lester. when it comes to barack obama's views on money and politics, his actions have rarely matched his words. with word that he wants to keep his political machine alive, how he plans on going about raising money for that group is coming under new scrutiny. when it comes to big money in politics, president obama has often talked the talk. >> if y
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Mar 17, 2013 6:00am PDT
rainbow on this st. patrick's day looking live at san jose and a beautiful sunrise to get you started. i'm kris sanchez along with meteoral gist rob mayeda. >> we had misty skies and this morning we have clear skies and kind of a chilly start without the extra cloud cover. 42 in levermore. 46, and partly cloudy skies and the notice heading into tonight we'll see increasing clouds which will eventually lead up to the chance to seeing rain in the seven-day forecast. mostly 60s by lunchtime and a few spots still managing low 70s and not quite as warm as yesterday and we're talking about the chance of seeing rain and snow coming back. we'll see rain and how much of that in the seven-day forecast. >> thank you very much, rob. >>> for a lot of folks the st. patrick's day weekend it is not only about an irish tradition. it is an exc
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Mar 6, 2013 7:00am PST
for fremont. 55 in livermore. that goes for san jose as well. tomorrow morning the cold blast and rain means low snow levels cleared out in time for the weekend. >> we have picked up already about 6 to 7 inches of snow. look at how the snow stays together. that's how heavy it is and that's why we are looking at power outages throughout the storm. guys, back to you. >> al, we'll keep checking back with you. thank you. >>> in the wake of the tragic school shooting in newtown, connecticut, administrators across the country are looking for ways to improve safety. one town has figured out how to put a police officer in a school and it doesn't cost them anything extra. katy tur is in simpsonville, south carolina, to explain this story. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. a lot of new measures were put into place, including a new lockdown system. it's how they've managed to have a local police officer here every single day without any cost to the taxpayer that they're hoping could be a model to the country. >> you're awesome. >> you guys are awesome. >> you are! >>
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Mar 22, 2013 4:00am PDT
the afternoon we'll be nice. much of california, vegas, sacramento, san jose to l.a. and san diego. phoenix, one of the warmest spots in the country. one of the only spots in the country to get oh into the 80s. much of the nationhe northwest continues you will stay on the cool side. >>> good news for the west. it looks to be a dry weekend. >> do you have a man cave at your house? >> i wish. >> i know. i'm not even a man and i wish i had one. stick around for this story. it's amazing. >> all right. >>> first though obama care is on the move. is your state one of the 26 that failed to meet obama care deadlines? plus, have you heard the buzz over american eagle's spray-on skinny jeans? it may be the ultimate man cave, bill. 7,000 square feet of space. oh, yeah. this is for the man in your life and it is for sale. "early today" is back in two. >>> welcome back to "early today." here are stories making news this morning. a new report says republican leaders in as many as 26 states are failing to make obamacare deadlines to connect uninsured residents to coverage. if states don't act the
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Mar 26, 2013 4:00am PDT
is still stuck inside. san jose police believe he was speeding on southbound monterrey highway when he lost control around 2:00 this morning. his car clipped two trees and sheered off a light pole before coming to rest in those bushes in front of a fast food restaurant. san jose police officer who happened to be on a traffic stop nearby heard the crash, responded. paramedics declared the driver dead a short time later.
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Mar 15, 2013 4:00am PDT
neighborhood >>> neighbors taking action after a san jose teacher is arrested for possessing child pornography. the new twist in the story. >>> new developments in the death of a san jose biker, what police are saying happened in the moments before he disappeared last september. >>> finally coming to an end. what's happening in the case against a former sf crime lab tech accused of stealing evidence >>> we take it outside live over san francisco. that is your bay bridge dancing in the darkness. the good news, ladies and gentlemen, it is friday. i'll say it one more time. friday, march 15th. this is "today in the bay." >>> always an added jolt of energy on fridays. it is 4:31. good morning. i'm jon kelly. >>> i'm laura garcia cannon. let's first check the forecast with christina. good morning. >>> good morning, jon and laura. happy, happy friday. temperatures nice and mild. 40s, 50s, no 30s to report. the good news is, we have a great looking st. patrick's day weekend coming up. i will have your full forecast coming up in a few minutes. first, want to check the drive on a friday wit
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Mar 11, 2013 4:00am PDT
thousands in san jose will now make almost $100 extra per week. >> that's the way to start the week and so is this. a look outside at the bay bridge in san francisco. keep it up until 6:00 a.m. this is "today in the bay." >>> from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning, it is 4:30, 4:31. did you change your clock? hi, everybody. i'm jon kelley. it is a little bit rough. >> i think so. such a gorgeous weekend. i'm laura garcia cannon. lots to get to. let's check the forecast with meteorologist, christina lauren. >>> we are going to let the good times roll. good morning to you at home. a chilly start to the day. we are headed towards the upper 60s to mid-70s. another beautiful day shaping up. we are going to keep that warmup going for most of this week. . then, the rain arrives. a lot to talk about new week, new seven day. let's check the drive. >>> same old construction. oakland, look over at the flashing lights off to our right. from 66 up, no major construction. the maps, north p
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Mar 8, 2013 4:00am PST
surrounding san jose eighth homicide of the year. >>> police in the south bay getting ready to clear out a massive homeless encampment. >> right now we take it outside. a live look at san francisco and that bay bridge. i'm really happy they're keeping those lights on longer than 2:00 a.m. for our viewing enjoyment on this friday, march 8th. this is "today in the bay." >>> a little gift to get our friday started. >> very nice. >> added bonus. good morning, everybody. it's almost 4:31. i'm jon kelley. >> the morning stretching on. i'm laura garcia-cannon. let's check that forecast. it is friday, ms. christina loren. >> indeed it is. thank goodness for that. temperatures are chilly. we have lingering shower activity on the radar only in the south bay. what i can tell you is you might get caught under a stray shower or two as we progress throughout the first part of the day. the overall trend will be that of clearing. we have great looking day shaping up. good air quality and the warmer weather just in time for the weekend. we'll climb into the 70s. we'll talk about that coming up. first
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Mar 28, 2013 4:00am PDT
hair product. san jose, smooth drive, easy, light drive for north 101. a couple of spots to watch. north 101 coming down through mountainview past moffett, your typical construction. south of here toward sunnyvale. construction, 880
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Mar 14, 2013 4:00am PDT
stop of the day, on your nbc station. >>> in the san jose mercury news, catholics hope pope francis can change the chump. the first pontiff being from the americas, signaling the return to the apostolic mission. >>> and in "the washington post," nra money helped reshape gun law. three decades changing perception of the second amendment. >>> and now to a little bit of pope trivia. wednesday cardinal jorge mario bergoglio assumed the new role and new name pope francis. which makes us wonder why do popes take on new names? apparently, the first pope to do so was named mercuius had to change because of its pagan roots. so he chose john ii. what are the most common names. john has been used 23 times. benedict and gregory are tied at number two, both used 16 times. the most recent being pope benedict xvi. a few notable selections that have not been repeated, pope linus spelled like the peanuts character and pope lando. all humor aside it was a historic day. let's take one more look at the sights and sounds from the last 24 hours. ♪ [ speaking foreign language ] habemus papam. [ speaking
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Mar 29, 2013 4:00am PDT
different than before. >>> not loving it. neighbors in west san jose not happy with the new mcdonald's going up in their backyard. why they are now taking matters into their own hands >>> we are loving that the sharks shut out the detroit red wings at this place, at the shark tank, hp pavilion we are giving you a live look at on this good friday, march 29th. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning to you. 4:31. i'm marla tallez in for jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia cannon. first, let's check the forecast from christina loren. >>> we are going to hit highs close to 80 degrees just about everywhere with showers in the forecast as well. so that the bizarre subtropical pattern continues for today. way can tell you is, of course, it is good friday, which means easter is just around the corner. i would say at this point go ahead and plan on having the egg hunt indoors. what shower can activity we do have is right now over the ocean. a lot of that is going to push onshore. we will time out when we have the best chance for showers when the steadier rain arrives tomorrow. mike has the day
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Mar 7, 2013 4:00am PST
here in the bay area but statewide as hp pavilion in san jose gets ready to host a memorial for the fallen officers out of santa cruz. >>> an upscale neighborhood in the south bay rocked by violence. the homicide investigation that has neighbors on edge. >> they're lions. wild animals. >> a young woman mauled to death by a lion in california. what we're now learning about the victim and the odd connection to the ellen degeneres show. >>> a live look outside spanning over san francisco. you can see the palace of fine arts in your lower left-hand corner. a brisk start to your thursday, march 7th. this is "today in the bay." >> ladies and gentlemen, look who is back next to me. she's here. good morning, everybody. it's 4:30. i'm jon kelley. we know who you are. >> i'm laura garcia-cannon. i am happy to be back. thanks so much. let's check in with meteorologist christina loren. i haven't seen you for a while either. >> welcome back, laura. we need laura today because we have a big show for you. this morning we do have showers on the radar. nothing really worth showing you. santa rosa ge
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Mar 6, 2013 4:00am PST
periods of rain. one exiting san jose driving on interstate 5 periods of off and on rain but nothing too heavy or too hard. forecast for today showers make their way down l.a. again, not a huge, huge inconvenience. >> thanks so much, bill. >>> turning now to entertainment, "daily show" host jon stewart is taking a three-month break this summer to direct his first film. no, it's not a comedy, but a drama based on a true story about one journalist's imprisonment following the 2009 iranian presidential election. comedian john oliver will guest-host. >> the band train is pulling out of this year's boy scout jamboree. they cited the boy scouts anti-gay policy as a reason. >>> did kate middleton accidentally reveal she's having a girl? a telegraph reports when the duchess accepted a teddy bear, she said, "thank you, i'll take that for my da"-- with a "d." middle in the denied she was about to take it for her daughter. >>> well, tony stark fans rejoice, "ironman 3" is officially in production -- and we have a sneak peek. >> we're buying tickets right now. >>> and finally, could this song re
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Mar 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
to carry the wooden cross part of the way. >>> the effort to save a san jose first grader's life is ramping up. the 6-year-old boy needs a bone marrow transplant to survive. the odds of finding a match is 1 in 20,000. somebody could be out there that could make a difference. bob redell is live at river glen school in san jose. details on how you could help this man. >> his family and teacher have organized a registration drive that will take place later this afternoon to try and help eduardo find a bone marrow donor. he desperately needs a bone marrow transplant to fight leukemia. here he is this past wednesday when san jose's s.w.a.t. team visited him in the hospital. in an attempt to lift his spirits, the first grader has a s.w.a.t. pin and honorary membership with the team. he was diagnosed with a rare form of lymphoma in his head when he was three-years old. this past january, there was good news. doctors determined he was in remission. then, a month later, they diagnosed him with the leukemia. the only thing that can save him is a bone marrow transplant. it doesn't take much to
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Mar 9, 2013 7:00am PST
spring forward tonight. >>> today the family of a san jose man found stabbed to death at an almaden park will gather to honor his life. 27-year-old errick wright was killed at guadalupe oak grove park wednesday afternoon. 27-year-old vincent gallegos was arrested with the murder. police say gallegos was at the scene when they arrived and he and the victim knew each other. he told investigators that he found wright bleeding in the park but his story didn't add up. the suspect was not able to explain why he had blood on himself. >> doesn't feel real right now. i just don't know what could have taken place where this guy to kill my brother like that. >> i want to know what my son could have been you know that could have been that detrimental to where he had to be brutally stabbed. >> police did find a knife at the scene. it is now at the crime lab undergoing tests to see if it is connected with the killing. >>> detectives are piecing together the bizarre murder of a 69-year-old man from san jose. stanley jacobson was found stabbed to death this week. his body was hidden beneath a pile
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Mar 30, 2013 7:00am PDT
hasn't ended. >> reporter: cheryl heard, nbc bay area news. >>> san jose firefighter investigators say the fire that destroyed a home in the east foothills suspicious. a fire started at a home just before 9:00 last night. when crews arrived, they say the home was fully engulfed in flames. one firefighter was hurt but is expected to be okay. the cause is under investigation. officials say it appears no one was living in the home at the time. >>> a fire in the east bay nearly killed at least ten english bulldogs. fire crews in concord responded to reports of a fire at a home on hillsborough drive last night. when they entered the home, they found at least ten bull dogs locked in individual cages. fire officials say the smoke was so heavy the dogs could have died. they say because of the quick response, all of the dogs are healthy and fine this morning. the small fire appears to have started in the kitchen. no one was home at the time. >>> a grandmother's facing legal action this morning after she left a 3-year-old locked in a car in san jose. a concerned citizen called police when she sa
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Mar 7, 2013 4:30am PST
will gather this morning in santa cruz for the procession to san jose. people will start to arrive at the san jose boardwalk. the procession will exit just north of downtown and drive a few blocks to the hp pal vilion. >> marla, good morning. >> reporter: jon and laura, good morning. hp pavilion not used to hosting events like this but they are ready for it all the same. officials expect 18,000 to 20,000 people to show up here a little bit later this morning to pay their final respects to sergeant lauren butch baker and detective elizabeth butler. the the procession once it makes the 33-mile trek from santa cruz is expected to arrive at hp pavilion closer to 10:00 this morning. it will include more than 200 law enforcement vehicles. the memorial is scheduled to start at noon as you mentioned. inside we can tell you crews spent yesterday and evening making sure everything is ready to go. in the audience today, some 6,000 officers from all over the bay area and statewide. also thousands of just regular citizens who feel compelled to say their goodbyes to the detectives and of course the
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Mar 8, 2013 5:00am PST
homeless encampment near san jose's mineta international airport will soon be on the move. "today in the bay's" bob redell joins us live in san jose with more details on the city's effort to clear out that homeless camp. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, laura. the city has already warned the people who live on this large swath of land on spring street between heading and taylor given them warning that they had to leave. today they're going to carry out that warning around 9:00 the city's point man on homeless encampments says they'll come out here and force these people to leave. it's not like san jose doesn't have homeless encampments. there are roughly 50 to 60 in the city limits. what makes this one unusual is that it is in the wide open. it's not near a waterway. it's not cover by brush. it's very visible to people. you have roughly 100 people and maybe 70 camps just spread out through acres and acres of land here out in the wide open. it's unsightly. it's of course unsanitary and there's concerns about crime though san jose police department does tell the amermey
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Mar 4, 2013 4:30am PST
, thursday in sonoma county followed by shootings over this weekend in san francisco, san jose, union city, and hayward. now in that hayward shooting on sunday, police say a driver rammed his car into a police cruiser during a traffic stop. the officer opened fire hitting a passenger. that passenger died at the scene. now, the driver, a 23-year-old oakley man, is in custody. >> everything is just escalated between the cops fearing for their lives and people on the streets fearing for their lives. >> on saturday police shot and killed a man after a high-speed chase through san jose. another pursuit saturday ended near candlestick park with a daly city police officer shooting and killing a suspect. the officers involved, all of them, are on administrative leave. >>> san jose police could tell us more about a high-speed chase that ended with the death of a driver. that chase started about 2:30 saturday afternoon. you can see it here on video. police opening fire on that suspect after he got out of his car and refused to obey orders despite peespeeds up to 100 mil an hour, no officer or bystan
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Mar 8, 2013 6:00am PST
north 1st street in san jose about 8:45 last night. the chp says the driver of the car remained at the scene and called police. the driver says he didn't even see a car on the side of the road and that person was "apparently running across the lanes." >>> happening now, more than 100 people living at a homeless encampment in san jose will soon be on the move. the city will start clearing out the camp located south of mineta airport in just a for you hours from now. bob redell joins us now with more on the encampment removal. >> reporter: you can see behind me one of the 100 people that live here on this ground on spring street starting to pack up. he'll wait until 9:00 to see what happens. 9:00 is when the city says they'll come in here and force people out. they did give them 72 hours notice to let them know this was going to be happening. the housing department with the city confirmed with us yesterday they would be doing this today. to give you a lay of the land, a large swath of land. it's undeveloped. between the airport and the rose garden on spring street so it's just a large ar
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Mar 26, 2013 6:00am PDT
fast food restaurant at the shopping center. a san jose police officer that happened to be on a traffic stop a block away heard the crash and was the first responder out on the scene. the paramedics came out and declared the driver dead on the scene. police think they know who he is but are not releasing his name until they are able to notify the family. they think he is in his late 20s, early 30s. no obvious signs of drinking and driving but they won't be able to rule that out for sure until toxicology tests, not something the coroner would be performing. in the foregrounds, a white van pulling up. we believe that coroner is coming on the scene which means that maybe the scene will be cleared up sooner than initially thought. the eta was around 7:00. with the coroner coming on the skeep, it is quite possible it could be sooner. for more on your morning commute, i'm going to send it over to traffic anchor, mike inouye. mike? >>> as you saw, bob talked about the coroner potentially arriving on scene. that white van we just saw. that may be the issue. let's look at some maps and t
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Mar 6, 2013 5:00am PST
. a memorial service is planned for tomorrow at the hp pavilion in san jose. this afternoon, a public viewing will be held in santa cruz. bob riddell is live in santa cruz where community support is strong this morning. good morning, bob. >> good morning. you can see the expression of support here on the front steps of the santa cruz police department where people continue to leave flowers and candles and plants. it is our understanding that the plants will eventually be planted in a permanent memorial garden in honor of the two officers. you can see the support and the amount of donations collected for the officers' families. the police department has received $45,000. local businesses have pledged another $125,000. you can log onto the city of santa cruz.com website to help the families of sergeant lauren butch baker and officer elizabeth butler. both were shot and killed last week by a man named jeremy goulet as he was investigated for a possible sex crime. he was shot and killed by law enforcement a short time later. ocean street. then the caskets will be taken to the hp pavilion
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